Florida Georgia Line are a force of nature when it comes to crossing genre lines, and they continue on their path in a new collaboration with pop star Hailee Steinfeld called "Let Me Go."

The song is somewhat of a megacollab, also featuring Watt, Swedish DJ and producer Alesso. The duo come in mid-way — their smooth vocals are unmistakable in the song's second verse, crooning lyrics: "It's been some time / But this time ain't even / I can leave it in the past but you're holding on to what you never had / It's good on paper, picture perfect."

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“'Let Me Go' perfectly blends the diverse genre performances from these superstar talents. Each lending their own style in this end of summer pop anthem that you won’t be able to get out of your head," Steinfeld and her team say about the song in a press release.

This is just one of FGL's many collaborations in the pop world. They're frequent collaborators with the Backstreet Boys, performing with them at the 2017 ACM Awards and during an episode of CMT Crossroads, as well as having the pop group join them during select dates on the 2017 Smooth Tour alongside pop-rapper Nelly. The "Cruise" singers also partnered with the Chainsmokers on a track called "Last Day Alive" on the EDM duo's 2017 album, Memories … Do Not Open. Then, FGL recently appeared a song with pop artist Bebe Rexha titled "Meant to Be," from her album, All Your Fault: Part 2. 

FGL's 2016 album Dig Your Roots has been certified platinum by the RIAA.

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